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... aist size of 36. At this point, I have gained a good amount of muscle and strength and my pants waist size is currently 31 or 32... but I feel I am notdefined as much as I would like at this point. I don't want to get bulky or anything... but I want to be as ripped as possibe to the point where I can potentially be a stripper. ... (4 replies)
... No but it can screw up you kidneys in the end! you may wwant to cut down on grains only having 1 a day or every other day. You can though buy a supplement (semi-expensive semi-not) at gync to help break down protein so it will not aggrivate your stomach or kidneys as you age . -nicole (im new) (4 replies)
... raw nuts, olives, ground flax seeds or flax oil, avocadoes, raw sunflower, pumpkin, and sesame seeds. Just a little in each meal can help, but keep track of how much because they are very calorie dense and you may need to make some adjustments in order to fit in new foods. ... (4 replies)

... lose the 100 calorie packs and add vegetables. And absolutely add some unsaturated fats. If I had to guess, binging is probably ruining your fat loss at this point. You need moderation. If you're trying to lose fat, add cardio, add good fats, tone down the binges. Try 2 or 3 more days of cardio, not HIIT. ... (4 replies)
... Cool. So you suggest I walk at a high incline like 3.0 or 3.5 rather than HIIT? What resistance setting should I use on the ellpitcal? In addition, what are some examples of unsaturated fats that I can eat. I also forgot to add that I take multi-vitamins everyday and I also take omega 3 supplements in the morning and before I go to bed. Also.. not to be a pain.. but... (4 replies)
... Also if I take in 175 grams of protein 5 days a week, will that make me fatter even if it's lean protein. All I really want to do is gain a little bit of muscle mass. I don't want to gain a ton. ... (5 replies)
... You are definitely doing plenty of strength training, so for you the main focus should be on the cardio and nutrition if you are having trouble with fat over the abdominal muscles. All the crunches in the world won't get rid of that! ... (2 replies)
Whey protein???'s
Oct 11, 2008
... It all depends on how much protein is in the whey protein you bought! Some have almost an entire day's worth of protein in one serving. ... (3 replies)
What can i eat
Apr 29, 2008
... Almonds are a great choice! Try the natural, unsalted kinds... those are healthiest. You will get the good fats you need and a healthy snack with more calories. ... (6 replies)
... You could use a diet overhaul for more efficient fat burning and nutrition. ... (7 replies)
... I was burning off more than I was taking in. I understand the money situation in college. I'm not big on vege's, but I can manage a salad too. Just watch how much ranch dressing you put on it. Maybe 2 tablespoons full at the most. No crutons! How about carrotts? ... (33 replies)
... thanks so much Naxis! i really really appreciate this. you have no idea! ... (8 replies)
... It's still underweight for that height and if it requires a ton of cardio to maintain, it's not healthy. And if you plan to gain any lean muscle, that will add to your overall weight, even though it will not increase your bulk or fluff. ... (8 replies)
... naxis, thank you so much! i infilled some of my answers... (8 replies)
... bsolutely must build some muscle. For your height, 105 is not realistic and in fact is quite unhealthy. That would be borderline anorexic with minimal muscle and fat and you have no chance of maintaining that weight healthfully. Muscle mass is more dense than fat, so you HAVE to get the scale numbers out of your head. ... (8 replies)
... the only way it will happen is if you eat too little or perform cardio too much without adequate strength training. Bodybuilders usually sacrifice holding onto fat in order to have great muscle gains ... ... (29 replies)
... No matter what kind of exercise you do, the key is creating a calorie deficit. You need to carefully evaluate what you are eating, and how much exercise you are doing, to make sure you are creating about a 1000 calorie a day deficit. ... (12 replies)
... I have a 6' foot daughter also. 158 is way too low for your height Actually 180 is about right. From your description, you are way too thin for your height and bonestructure I bet. ... (5 replies)
... oz of lean meat is barely 60g of protein. That might be ok for a small sedentary person, but he wants to gain lean muscle. The goal should be 1g protein per pound of body weight a day. You should try to get some amount of protein into every meal so that your body has a constant supply to tap into. ... (6 replies)
... Yes, exercise, yes weight train. BUT, the only way you will lose fat less! You can exercise and lift weights till you are blue but if you eat too much your efforts in the gym will go to waste. ... (7 replies)

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